Drop in Class: $25
Term Package (6 weeks): $132
As the weather begins to cool, expect cosy vibes with a wood fire, overlooking the mist hanging over the Adelaide hills.
Soak in tranquil silence as you welcome yourself to the weekend.
Each class will build upon the last, so you have time to become familiar with the various techniques and movements.
Repetition will help you to gain confidence in your practice so you can drop in and relax more and more each week.
Single Class Pass $28
This is the class you come to, before you go to a beginners yoga class.
Come solo or bring a mate! Have a laugh, try something new and build confidence in a non-judgemental, supportive environment.
For 5 weeks, we will focus on how we can move, stretch and strengthen.
Because when I first started practising yoga back in 2014, I was overwhelmed with feelings of inadequacy, fuelled by symptoms of anxiety and depression (anxiously depressed is a thing, I swear).
I thought I needed six-pack abs and the ability to do a killer handstand to reap the benefits of a yoga practice.
I was disheartened, unsure, and self-conscious. Little did I know, I was about to be introduced to a whole new way of looking at movement, nature, and spirituality.
My journey as a yoga student has deeply influenced my style as a yoga teacher. I help people create a sustainable, consistent yoga practice that honours the rhythm of the seasons and cultivates emotional balance.
I acknowledge the Kaurna People as the Traditional Custodians of the Country where I practice, work and live. I recognise their continuing connection to the land and waters and thank them for protecting this coastline and its ecosystems since time immemorial. I acknowledge that they never ceded sovereignty of this beautiful place. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all First Nations people.
I acknowledge that the traditions and practices of Yoga and Ayurveda have their origins in the people and lands of South Asia through the Sramana and Vedic traditions. I acknowledge the colonial legacy and racial inequality that exists in modern-day yoga. I pay my respects to the long lineage of Yogis who came before me and have gifted us with these healing practices. Through my teachings, I will strive to make cultural reparations and honour these ancient wisdom traditions.